MY OH MY OH MY!!! Today we went to THE best Estate Sale we have ever gone to. We had very low expectations of this sale, but we went anyway because local Estate Sales are so few and far between. We knew things were going to be great when we saw a pricing chart posted with these prices listed:
orange tags = $0.10
Green tags = $0.25
Red tags = $0.50
Pink tags = $2.00
Everything else marked with prices
IT WAS SO AWESOME!!! I suddenly realized the things I was interested were only $0.10 each. I quickly began making a pile of beautiful treasures. So without any more waiting here are my wonderful treasures.
Two wonderful magnets each $0.10 each.
I love this penguins tie! He is so cute.
Who wouldn't want an owl magnet this cute
Yes this milk glass bowl was only $0.10, and that is why this was one of the best Estate Sales we have ever been to.
A wonderfully sweet Christmas plaque for $0.25.
I mainly bought the plaque because I loved this little quote.
Owl Christmas hand towels, and I can't decide if the owl is super cute or creepy. I love it though, and I bought two of them for $0.50.
Ok sorta silly to post these scissors, but they were only $0.50 and they work great!
Two candle holders for $0.50, and later this week I will show you what I have in mind for these candle stick holders.
This chest was only $5.00, and carved into it says Daddy's tool box. So sweet.
The seller running the sale threw in this old tool since we bought the box.
NOW!!! Onto the most AMAZING finds from the sale. I found this perfectly soft blue type writer for $5.00. I snatched it up immediately so no one else would take it. The type writer is in great condition.
It even came with its original manuel.
And it just keeps getting better. These two vintage suit cases were marked $10.00 each, and I got really brave and offered them $15.00 for both. They gladly accepted the offer and were so glad that they were going to a good home. I just love these suit cases!
I don't know if these initials belonged to these owners or not, but they sure give it character.
Since this sale was run privately by the children of the husband and wife who passed away it was a very welcoming sale. The sellers were so sweet, and we got to visit with them for awhile. It was hard for them to have this sale, but they were glad that their parents treasured items were going to good people.
I do hope you all had a wonderfully thrifty week!
The Joyful Thrifter
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